What is the past tense of fail to keep?

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The past tense of fail to keep is failed to keep.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of fail to keep is fails to keep.

The present participle of fail to keep is failing to keep.

The past participle of fail to keep is failed to keep.

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However, I failed to keep my vow and, thanks to a nasty spending habit that began in 1995, I was soon up to my neck in debt again.
He said government funding was inadequate and had failed to keep up with rising costs.
The alliance failed to keep out the neighbouring Burmese, who ruled the area from the mid-16th century until the middle of the 18th.
Both federal and state financial assistance have failed to keep pace with the rising price tag of attending a university.
Blackton had failed to keep up with developments in film technique and his films were dramatically unsophisticated, but he was an expert showman.
Britain's biggest mortgage lender Halifax said the rate at which homes were being built had failed to keep pace with demand.

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